sanc·tu·ar·y  [sangk-choo-er-ee] noun

  • a sacred or holy place.
  • Judaism -
    • the Biblical tabernacle or the Temple in Jerusalem.
    • the holy of holies of these places of worship.
  • an especially holy place in a temple or church.
  • the part of a church around the altar; the chancel.
  • a church or other sacred place where fugitives were formerly entitled to immunity from arrest.


life noun

  • the state or quality that distinguishes living beings or organisms from dead ones and from inorganic matter, characterized chiefly by metabolism, growth, and the ability to reproduce and respond to
  • the period between birth and death a living person or being: to save a life
  • a corresponding state, existence, or principle of existence conceived of as belonging to the soul: eternal life.
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  • Posted on 20. May 2012
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